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Severe weather threat to end the week

FRIDAY STORM THREAT

Heat and humidity will peak as we head into Friday with lows only bottoming in the mid 60s. A mostly sunny sky will help push highs into the mid 80s and this will come with reasonably high humidity too. The morning will be dry, but showers are possible as soon as the early afternoon as the remnants of storm from the north pass through.

The real severe weather threat will begin in the late afternoon as strong to severe storm move into central Mass. The threat will peak between 5-7pm as these storms proceed east. Coastal areas have the potential to see severe weather, but that chance appears quite low. Damaging wind gusts are our primary concern, although large hail is also a possibility west of Worcester. A level two severe weather risk has been issued.

While some showers will linger into early Saturday, with the focus mainly across the Cape and Islands, most will be dry to begin the weekend.

WEEKEND IN VIEW

Once that front clears, we are on to more sunshine and comfortable conditions for the weekend. Highs will reach the mid 70s on Saturday and again on Sunday. The humidity will drop as well, making it feel more comfortable. The weather looks fantastic for Father’s Day, so get out and enjoy some time outside!

HIGH HEAT NEXT WEEK

We are already on weather alert this upcoming Wednesday and Thursday as high temperatures rocked into the mid 90s! With humidity in the mix as well, it’s very possible feels-like temps approach the 100-degree mark. Stay safe and prepared!

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